Wednesday, 1 August 2018

Bonus Days Are Here with Blended Seasons

Here's the news!  New for August!  Not one, but two promotions.

During this promotion, every £45 you spend before 31 August (before shipping and handling) earns a £4.50 Bonus Days coupon code that can be used on purchases between 1-30 September.

The other promotion to tempt you this month is the Colour Your Season products.

There are stamps and dies, which you can buy individually, or as a bundle to save 10% on the individual prices.  These are only available until 31st August (or until stocks run out).  In addition, there is a new selection of Watercolour pencils. 

To make my first card with the new Colour Your Season bundle, I chose to use my Stampin' Blends for the colouring.  I have used a Rich Razzleberry / Old Olive combination, with a hint of Daffodil Delight for the centre of the flowers.  

You might have noticed how much I love using our Stitched Shapes framelits - they regularly appear in my projects.  Well, I am happy to say that the frames in this new set also have stitched edges.  Yes, edges plural!  The shape that is cut out is surrounded by stitching, as is the aperture that is left behind.

The flowers are vibrant and gorgeous by themselves, so the only thing I have added is a swirly bow - die cut twice.  Once from Rich Razzleberry and again from Glimmer paper and then the elements are pieced together.

Here is a close up of what the creative people at Stampin' Up! made with the Blended Seasons Bundle.  Projects for all year round!

I thoroughly enjoyed my Summer colouring - I wonder which season I should colour next time?  Happy Crafting,

If you would like to order any supplies, and you live in the UK, I would love to be your demonstrator.  Use the hostess code 9P6CRTKP to get some free product (it will follow in the post after the end of the month).  If your order is over £150 do not use the code as you become a hostess and get rewards. To place an order, please visit my online shop: HERE

If you would like to join my team, you can choose your starter kit HERE and if you have any questions, please contact me at

Alternatively, you can click on one of the images below showing the supplies used:

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